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Editors’ Note:
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Florida English. This journal began as a conversation aboard a boat floating in the middle of Lake Monroe in Sanford, Florida. The people who would become the associate editors discussed the idea of a journal that would showcase work from all over the country, but that would be selected by an editorial board of distinguished scholars from the state of Florida. Our board is comprised of professors from every post-secondary educational level and from different regions in Florida. In this way, we feel that the journal is truly a FLORIDA journal. Florida English is modeled after another journal: Pennsylvania English. Inspired by the success of Pennsylvania English and driven by the vision of a cohesive, quality Florida journal, we solicited the editorial board, called for papers, and painstakingly composed the journal. On the back inside cover and at the hyperlink above, you will find the call for next year’s submissions. Please encourage friends and neighbors to submit, also.


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Volume 1 2003
Table of Contents

Editors’ Note, 4

Stephen Aiello
Aristotle and Angels: Tragedy in the Age of Anomie, (critical article), 6

 Patricia B. Angley, 
Constructing the Subject: Linda Snopes Kohl’s Speech in Faulkner’s The Town and The Mansion,
(critical article), 17

Andrea L. Best
Duck and Cover, (poem), 44
Flush, (poem), 46
Gossamer, (poem), 47

 Alexander M. Bruce
“Yes, but . . . : The Negating of the Germanic Past in Andreas”, (critical article), 49

 T. Allen Culpepper
 Salt Water, (poem), 61 

Marcia Denius
Redemption, A Villanelle, (poem), 62 
Metaphor, (poem), 63
Virtually Forever, (poem), 64

 Danita Feinberg
Misses, (fiction), 65

Roderick Hofer
Interruption, (poem), 73 
Yesterday’s Call, (poem), 74
What’s Left, (poem), 76

 Lillian Schanfield
“Sholom Aleichem’s ‘On Account of a Hat’: Joke or Identity Crisis?, (critical article), 77

Nancy Shelton
Some Pale Dove, (poem), 87

 Antonio Vallone
A Visit from Woodpecker, (poem), 88
The Porcupine at the Pittsburgh Zoo, (poem), 89

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